A Chance For Children

Because all children deserve a chance

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Note from Danny Ruano

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Beach Time Shared

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RYSE Award Breakfast

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Award breakfast for youth who have been extraordinary serving their communities in their volunteer efforts!

Dinner with Danny Ruano & family

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Dinner at El Cholo with college scholarship recipient Danny Ruano and his parents while he was home for Christmas holiday. Also joining was LAPD Officer Adam Moore.

1300 Food Baskets Distributed for Christmas

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ACFC is thrilled to be a part of the Vikings Charity food distribution for the holiday partnering with the LAPD and the LASD!

Operation Shoes from Santa – LAPD Rampart Division

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Santa, new shoes, toys, snow, and snacks for the children of the Rampart Division of Los Angeles! ACFC is proud to partner with the LAPD to serve the children in this community!

Christmas in Cape Town, South Africa

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Father Christmas delivered toys and snacks to the children of Gugulethu (Our Pride) township in from ACFC South Africa! 

Beading at Tom Bradley Elementary School

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Thanks to Szilvia Gogh of Gogh Jewelry Design for hosting a beading just in time for Christmas so the children could make gifts for their loved ones!

Magic – Snow in Los Angeles!

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Sometimes a Photo is Worth a Thousand Words

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    11925 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 300
    Los Angeles, CA 90025
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    A Chance for Children strives to empower at-risk youth by providing the opportunities to set goals and the tools to achieve them. We fight to instill the belief that no child is limited by their surroundings or upbringing. By encouraging dreams and consistently exposing them to new experiences outside the dangers and struggles of their daily lives each child will have a chance for a better future.